My Quick and Easy Ways to Spend Less and Save More Money

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  1. Great tips, I do a lot of these things already. Quidco has been such a massive earner for my husband and I and all just for a few clicks. Mich x

  2. Such great tips! Especially with the new year. I would recommend using a budget site as well to keep track! We love using Mint! ❤

  3. Some good tips here. I just need to get my husband to follow them too! #fortheloveofblog

  4. These are all excellent tips that speak to my money saving nature! I agree about buying quality if you can–I’m so cheap I’ve shied away from that but have learned it can be a good investment. I use Ebates, Swagbucks and Ibotta here in the U.S., too, and earn free Amazon cards that way. It takes a bit of time but I can fit it in around what else I’m doing.


  5. Musings of a tired mummy...zzz... says:

    Great tips. We usually order enough takeaway for leftovers. I check out bargains at the supermarkets before deciding what to buy for the week and which shop to visit. Thanks for linking up to #globalblogging

  6. Accidental Hipster Mum says:

    I’m trying to do the extra portion in the one pot meals. Last week my husband got two lunches and we have a lentil stew in the freezer too! These are fab tips!

    #RVHT thank you for joining in!

  7. Kelly says:

    I’ve recently been following the ‘do I need it’ mentality, but it’s still hard. I argue with myself to say that I do need it, finding an excuse. Whoops! Thanks for joining #fortheloveofBLOG x

  8. My friend’s have made some decent money using Top Cash Back and Quidco, I really need to remember to use it too!

  9. Great post!! one thing we have found is cooking and being creative with left overs saves us a whole bunch!

  10. Coffee shops are the one thing I find hard to give up! I have tried switching to drinking tea there instead of coffee though – it’s usually a lot cheaper.

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